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Category Archives: Globalism

Viktor Orban and Nigel Farage spoke in front of the EU Parliament just prior to the vote to invoke Article 7, which could lead to the censure of Hungary, sanctions, and includes the possibility of stripping Hungary of its voting rights in the EU Parliament. Why? Because Orban, and Hungary, refuse to have their country […]

The Washington Post is leading the charge to blame Donald Trump for Hurricane Florence. Yep,Florence hasn’t even hit, yet, and WaPo has begun the mantra we are sure to see more of in the coming weeks. It’s Trump’s fault! they will scream ad nauseum, just as it was Russia’s Fault! As usual, the Globalist minions don’t pause to think. They’d rather take the latest catch phrase put forward by their masters and repeat it endlessly, no matter how ridiculous it sounds.

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I happened across a video that presents an example of the use of the Hegelian Dialectic. It wasn’t planned to do this. It’s message is about the fateful events in Rwanda, leading up to the mass genocide of an estimated 1 million people, the aftermath of the genocide and its attempts to improve life in Rwanda, which was one of the poorest countries in Africa. It was not meant as a story about the Hegelian Dialectic, but it is very plain to see. (Or maybe it was.)

We have all been watching the utter insanity, (or what we tend to believe is insanity), of the Mainstream News Media (MSM), the Hollywood lunatics and the Far Left crazies like Antifa and the Democrat Party, as they attempt to destroy Trump and all anti-Globalists.

The truth is, they are not crazy. They are diabolical in their attempts to destroy Western Civilization. It has been planned for many decades. It has been carefully crafted.

There are two recent polls that show a sizeable increase in two things: Trump’s approval rating and secondly, support for secession.

I find it interesting that support for secession has increased recently, mostly among Democrats. They hate Trump, and the anti-Globalist movement so much, that after years of pooh-poohing secessionists movements, that the Democrats now are beginning to see it as a viable option.

As we get closer to the November elections, the Mainstream Media (MSM) and the Globalists, both in the Democrat and Republican Parties, are attacking Trump relentlessly, which is a sure sign that they are nervous. The vaunted Blue Wave is in trouble.

Internet platforms are suspending, or canceling, accounts of Conservative and Libertarian pundits and journalists with increasing frequency. We know about Alex Jones, Gavin McInnes, andv two people at the Ron Paul Institute, but there are many more, not necessarily canceled, but at least temporarily suspended. Some of the suspensions are for 90 days, which just happens to mean that they are suspended until after the elections. Convenient.

And so the purge continues.

One of the latest to be purged, this time by Twitter, is Gavin McInnes.

The Globalist minions are desperate to control the narrative, as they continue to see their support dwindling. None other than Lord Jacob Rothschild has warned that the “New World Order” is at risk. Thus we see the purging of anti-Globalist Facebook, YouTube and Twitter accounts. They seek to block all who oppose them. Yet, even as they block one person, like Alex Jones, the traffic at InfoWars has surged.

Indoctrination (propaganda/public relations) is a process. It is done slowly, and carefully. It is a plan to sway opinion and beliefs. We are all susceptible to it, if we are unaware of how it is done.

Peer pressure, group think, conformity, mass media and education, are some of the methods of indoctrination. Indoctrination is not evil in itself, as we use it every day; for instance in teaching our children how to behave in public. We teach them certain norms of behavior through repetition, which is one method of indoctrination. It is the subtle indoctrination that we are unaware of that can harm us, by encouraging us to trust untrustworthy people, or into doing something that we might normally think is wrong.